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the president 46% to 49%. the poll shows many americans are feeling better about the economy, which, of course, is very good news for the president. 57% say it's in recovery, although 39% still say it is not. the president is also ahead in the latest swing state polls up eight points in virginia, 11 points in nevada and just three points in nevada where the debates are taking place tonight. with both romney and the president wrapping up final debate practice yesterday, joe biden was in north carolina and paul ryan in iowa. they traded jabs over the middle class. >> vice president biden just today said that the middle class over the last four years has been buried. we agree. >> mitt romney is under pressure to give more details into both his tax reform proposal and plans for the middle class. yesterday, he finally offered up an idea saying in order to pay for his reform each taxpayer would have a limit on how much they could deduct. the number he threw out was $17,000 and compared that to a bucket saying you can take whatever deductions you want but once you hit $17,000 that's it. we heard his
economy." not true! [ train whistle blows ] [ ball hitting paddle ] [ orbit girl ] don't let food hang around. yeah! [ orbit trumpet ] clean it up with orbit! [ orbit glint ] fabulous! for a good clean feeling. try new orbit micro packs. you disgust me. prove it. enough is enough. d-con baits are specially formulated to kill in one feeding. guaranteed. d-con. get out. are they contagious? i don't think so. [ male announcer ] contract the rainbow! taste the rainbow! now to my point. (vo) jennifer granholm ... >>for every discouraged voter, there are ten angry ones taking action. trickle down does not work. in romney's world, cars get the elevator and the workers get the shaft. that is a whole bunch of bunk. the powerful may steal an election, but they can't steal democracy. ♪ >> announcer: radio meets television, the "bill press show." now on current tv. >> bill: so bill clinton even weighed in yesterday in the middle of the clinton global initiative on the nfl refs controversy, so it was -- bill clinton, barack obama, paul ryan, mitt romney at some point % said someth
on the economy. we'll consult you off and let the other person speak but have at it, gentleman. >> do we get more honest debates in the primary? >> maybe, but it's hard to get more out of the candidates, because so little time is devoted to each. >> that's true. >> oddly enough, the lesser likely to be the nominee candidates end up getting the more serious questions and less time during the debates than the candidates elected to be the nominee. >> is it a deliberate collusion to cushion the front-runners. >> no. i think what the media does at least in the primaries is to say if we don't include these interesting people, there will be no end to it. the other things is how are these candidates supposed to break out if they are not included. they are all former congress people and senate people. it's not every candidate that's running. in new hatch shire or iowa, you're walking to that ballot box, those nine people are going to be on the ballot, but so are 35 others. >> you think the debate can sway the argument? during the debate can. >> i think the tone barack obama took in 2008 compared to john m
that bill, you're saying you don't believe tax cuts help an economy. you don't believe tax cuts help jobs. >> mitt romney having his bank account, can you imagine a president of the country not wanting to pay taxes having his bank accounts in other countries so he can dodge the taxes? >> john: i don't have to imagine it. i can see it on my tv during the debate. let me ask you another question, are you going to be supporting mark for congress. >> caller: is he a democrat? i just got his pamphlet in the mail. >> john: he's an openly gay democrat running for office. he ran years ago back in the '90s and was outed by his republican opponent and it buried him in the election. this year, he's running as an openly lgbt candidate. i got the chance to interview him when i was filling in for jennifer granholm on her excellent show, "the war room." we did a week and we did a whole series of lgbt candidates for office. mark is a teacher in riverside running for congress from your district. check him out. >> caller: i'm a chris
, you're going to destroy our economy." not true! >> announcer: heard around the country and seen on current tv this is the "bill press show." >> bill: hey, it is 24 minutes after the hour. talking about jeb bush yesterday >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." >> bill: all right. 24 minutes after the hour. football fans, sport fans, relax. nfl owners did apparently bow to pressure and realized they needed to get this damn thing over with and they sent roger goodell in and said fix it, fix it. meeting until late last night. "the washington post" and "new york times" and espn reporting that the outline of a deal is reached now it has to be approved by the nfra and the nfl owners both. but that should happen in order to get professional refs back as early as tonight. what did we learn from all of this? steve is down in little rock, arkansas. thanks for joining us. what do you say? >> caller: thank you bill. i say that i'm a high school baseball umpire. i can't imagine getting a phone call in the middle of th
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